Posts Tagged ‘Mayor Nutter’

When Philly Saved The Urban Squirrel

When Philly Saved The Urban Squirrel

December 20, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Zoological preservation, a strategy for reviving the a bit of the “workshop of the world,” Logan Triangle still has no finalized development plan, something missing in Ridge Ave reuse, and have yourself “A Very Philly Christmas” > more

All Aboard For GPTMC's New Neighborhoods Campaign

All Aboard For GPTMC’s New Neighborhoods Campaign

May 8, 2013  |  Buzz

Mayor Nutter joined Meryl Levitz and GPTMC this week for a trolley tour through three neighborhoods highlighted in the new Philadelphia Neighborhoods tourism campaign > more

What Can Work?

What Can Work?

January 16, 2013  |  Possible City

Nathaniel Popkin chews on two mayoral initiatives to tackle poverty and the economy announced yesterday. What exactly can the city do to grow the economy and create jobs? > more

Rappelling Center City

Rappelling Center City

November 5, 2012  |  Morning Blend

A charity benefit on the side of 1515 Market, Parks & Rec hopes to complete the “Wissahickon Gateway” portion of the river trail, the conversion of a Fishtown warehouse into a home, and “when Presidents come to town” > more

Divine Lorraine Angst

Divine Lorraine Angst

October 26, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Developer's ambitions for Divine Lorraine shock neighbors, the Mayor names Civic Design Review Committee, ATV riders want to settle in the Logan Triangle, subdivision in Manayunk, and Philly Photo Day > more